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Alleged Scammers Accuse Westford Toddler Of Kicking Dog, Demanding Money For Canine Surgery


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The following information was provided by the Westford Police Department. 

April 9, 2:59 p.m. – A woman called police after receiving a threatening phone call from a person she described as a “man with a Middle Eastern accent.”

The man alleged that the woman’s daughter had kicked his dog and required surgery.

According to police reports, the daughter was three years old and had not kicked a dog. However, the man would not allow the woman to speak.

Police tried to contact the man, but found the number disconnected. It is believed that the call was a type of scam.

21Jul14 Westford Police LogoApril 12, 12:00 p.m. –  Disputes between neighbors led to police involvement on Country Road.  There a man called police regarding a boundary dispute with a neighbor and the neighbor’s relative.

He said he was trying to put a shed on a piece of the property that was in dispute.

At one point in the past, both properties were part of one larger property, but had been split after the death of the property’s owner.

The neighbor was concerned as he is trying to sell his property.

In response, the officer told both parties to get the boundary defined legally and avoid anything that could cause conflict.

April 18, 10:50 a.m. – Police received a report of two leaf blowers stolen from Valley Green Landscaping Company on Bridge Street the previous night. The leaf blowers combined were worth approximately $800.

No suspects are mentioned in the report.

April 19, 5:35 p.m. – An individual went to the Westford Police station to report items stolen from her locker at Boost Fitness.

The individual reported the theft to the gym’s manager and regional manager.

It was believed some car keys were taken along with some shoes and clothes.

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